Clarion Collection Hotel Principessa Isabella
Via Sardegna, 149/151
Phone: (39) 06 484523
Fax: (39) 06 4885964
La Rinascente is one of the most famous Italian department stores and offers goods of excellent quality. Moreover, the interior is elegant and pleasant and time passes quickly as you browse around the various departments. Everything is set out intelligently as you seem to move from one small boutique to another. One of the most carefully looked-after departments is the furnishings section: the shelves and stands offer all you need to furnish your house with taste. The clothing department offers a wide choice of underwear in a variety of colors and materials. The perfumery is very attractive and offers brands such as Deborah, Corolle, Shiseido and Lancaster. If you want a rest or something to eat, there is a snack bar and a coffee shop.
Are you looking for an early 20th century bookcase? Do you want to add a traditional touch to a room decorated in modern style? Do you think an antique table or vase would suit a corner of your house? Here you will find what you are looking for. The large range of objects and furniture from the end of the 19th and start of the 20th centuries allows you to examine, discuss their value with the owner and to come to an agreement on price in peace. Most of the articles have been restored and are in good condition but for particular cases the shop has a workshop. District: Salario
An Excellent shop with a wide range of outfits to choose from! Be it new or second hand, Provided the clothes must be in a proper condition and its for the age group from 0-10 years.
This shop, which sells all kinds of ties, is a must for fashionable men. Andrew's Ties range from classic styles with small patterns to the latest fashions and eccentric designs for the more daring. The staff are always on hand to offer advice on which type of cloth is suitable for day/evening wear. They will also remind you to buy ties which are in proportion to your height and stature.
This bread shop is more like an art gallery where you can find bread, in classic and original forms, savory food such as vol-au-vents and bread-sticks, and an excellent range of cakes.
This shop in Via Barberini has a window of furs and leather goods. It offers small leather goods from famous names, accessories for lady travelers like make-up holders and jewelry boxes, soft fur coats and fashionable rabbit fur lined jackets. The clothes department offers names like Rocco Barocco and the young designer Carla Carini. For modern fashionable items, there is the Diesel line of accessories. The choice is vast and the staff friendly and knowledgeable.
This interesting antiques and curiosities market takes place in a parking area on the fourth floor of the former Peroni site. It has mostly 20th-century products and objets d'art alongside a smaller collection of older pieces. Visa accepted.
This is certainly one of the loveliest shop windows in Via Barberini and catches the eye with its variety of articles: Mandarina Duck bags, snatch proof MH-WAY shoulder bags, pens from the best makes such as Aurora, and objects for office desks etc. The variety of leather bags and folders by Beretta and other makes cannot fail to be noticed either. Inside there is a vast assortment of materials for the office and those who love to draw: paper of all types, and beautiful wrapping paper for all the presents that can be found to buy in this shop.
This is one of the most well-known and best stocked wine sellers in the city. The expert staff will be able to guide you through the vast range of Italian and foreign wines, which you are also welcome to taste.
Right by Piazza della Repubblica, the windows of this shop do not go unobserved. How can you ignore such luxury? The friendliness of the owner welcomes you into the traditional and rather severe interior. The goods are high quality, in particular those bearing the Cartier and Dior names. Here you will find presents for anyone, whether for special occasions or just a thought. There are silverware, leather goods, silk scarves, walking sticks and all kinds of items for all ages and occasions, e.g. weddings, graduations, promotion etc. Another branch is located at Piazza San Bernardo, 99/100.
This exceptional designer has finished his apprenticeship with Dior and Ungaro, and has now opened a shop here in Rome where he makes, entirely by hand, evening wear and wedding dresses. His clients are crazy about his sober and sophisticated style which he uses to make clothes to their taste for that all-important event. Open by appointment only.
La Fetrinelli International was not only the first international bookstore in Rome, but in all of Italy. Established in 1996, this humungous bookstore is spread across two floors, housing over 90,000 titles. This place is immensely popular due to its huge selection, fine organization and the efficiency of the staff. This is one of the few stores in the city to sell books in foreign languages, majority of which are English, making it a popular favorite of tourists. CDs, DVDs, comics and language help books are also available.